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Police are searching for Wiktoria Popiel (left) and Vitalija Sidlauskaite (right) who were reported missing after a walk to a local bus stop in north London

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Girls reported missing after a walk to a local bus stop have been found, Scotland Yard said today, police had earlier been 'extremely concerned for their welfare'

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A schoolboy was allegedly sexually assaulted on Friday

11-year-old boy sexually assaulted in Buckinghamshire

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Are Westlife really ‘the world’s ugliest boyband’? Simon Cowell thinks so

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Button-up denim jacket, £160; shirt, £195; jeans, £115; by Replay, replay.it

Menswear: Dress up in denim

Unsure what to wear with the  workwear staple? Italian brand Replay has just the thing with its  ‘Laserblast’ collection of perfect accompaniments, says Lee Holmes

Iranians mock Israeli prime minster Netanyahu over jeans comment

Iranians have used social media to mock Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, over comments he made suggesting they were not allowed to wear jeans.

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This year – like every year – Versace is about boldness, brashness, and even crassness

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Director Joe Hill-Gibbins can’t seem to decide quite what he wants his production (part of the Travelex season) of Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II to be - or indeed when.

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Girlband B*Witched are devoted to denim and now they're giving away some of the outfits that became their trademark.

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